By W. R. Bion

A dialogue of categorising the ideational context and emotional adventure that can happen in a psychoanalytic interview. The textual content goals to extend the reader's realizing of cognition and its medical ramifications.

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T h e prolonged resort to reversible perspective is thus accompanied by delusions and hallucinations that are difficult to detect because they are both static and evanescent. Moreover, since their aim is to preserve the analyst's statements (interpretations) as an overt expression of agreement and a defence against change, 60 Elements of Psycho-Analysis 61 the true significance of the patient's behaviour as a sign of delusion or hallucination is not apparent unless the analyst is alert to this possibility.

T h e original question is posed b y a monster, that is, b y an object composed of a number of features inappropriate to each other. This concludes m y brief review of the Oedipus myth in the light of psycho-analytic theory. I shall consider in w h a t respect it is meaningful to regard the Oedipus myth as an important component of the content of the h u m a n mind. CHAPTER ELEVEN DISCUSSION of the Oedipus myth as a part of the content of the mind meets with inherent difficulties at the outset.

Are not to be regarded as representing a realization of two separate activities but as mechanisms each of which can at need assume the characteristics of the other. I n all of this I have concerned myself with content only in so far as it helped to illustrate the mechanisms. (?. W e have already encountered difficulties inherent in the use of terms such as " m e c h anism" because of the implied model and its unsuitability to convey a meaning when life is an essential element in the meaning that is to be conveyed.

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